Gospel Music Showcase And Awards Set For Oct. 7

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

ChattanoogaAreaChurches.Com and ChattanoogaEntertainers.Com will host the Gospel Music Showcase and Awards 2017 on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 1-10 p.m. at the Ringgold High School Auditorium, 29 Tiger Trail. 

This is the 10th year that Shelia Reed has held this event that showcases national, regional, and local Gospel artist and rewards them for their commitment to bring Gospel music to the public and to their local churches. 

Each year, awards are given to the best in these categories:  Favorite Female Artist, Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Duo, Favorite Trio, Favorite Youth Vocalist, Favorite Quartet, Favorite Upcoming Artist, Favorite Musician, Favorite Group, Living Legend, Favorite Comedian, Favorite Promoter, Favorite Producer, Favorite Radio Promoter, Favorite Internet Radio Personality, Favorite Song, Favorite Songwriter, Favorite Album, Favorite Band, Favorite Video, Horizon Artist. 

The showcase begins at 1 p.m. and will feature these artist:  Redemption Quartet, The Blankenships, Gary Cureton, SingAkadamie Girls, Jim Dautry, Debby Faye East, Craig Kirk Tyndall, Dana Russell, The Yarbroughs, Jim Bloomfield, Jonathan Bonds, Susie Agee, Chris Wells, Jayna Jennings, Renee Barton, The Mays Family, 3 Purple Crosses, Gary Winningham, Renay Jarvis Lee and Shelia Reed.  Each artist will perform for 15 minutes. 

The awards show begins at 7 p.m. and features special performances by Redemption Quartet, The Blankenships, SingAkadamie Girls, Gary Cureton and Gary Winningham. 

The public is invited and admission is $10.  Tickets will be available at the door and group rates are available for churches and organizations.  For ticket sales and more information, please call Ms. Reed at (706) 280-0883. 


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